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Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Wrapping up: "The Art of Living"

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Henry Sugimotos Dying Evergreen Forest
  • Henry Sugimoto's "Dying Evergreen Forest"

The exhibition of artwork and objects made by Japanese American internees at the Rohwer camp during World War II is in its last week in the Concordia Gallery of the Arkansas Studies Institute.

The story of Rohwer and its interned artists and art students is one of light in a very dark time, and the work in the gallery is moving. If you haven't seen it, go. Last day is Saturday, Nov. 26.

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